Queer MEDucation is a platform to educate medical professionals and the general population on LGBTQI+GNC health care. Please enjoy a series of expert interviews featuring medical providers,
mental health professionals, advocates, and community members.
More to Athletic Training ft. Em Munson (they/them), MS, AT
Today, we chat with Em Munson (they/them), MS, AT who is working hard to breakdown archaic, gendered barriers in athletics. ***This episode was recorded pre-COVID.***
Produced by Sonic Culture Studios
Gender Diversity in STEM Classrooms ft. Sam Long (he/him)
Today we chat with high school biology teacher, Sam Long, about creating gender inclusive curriculum in STEM classrooms. Also, we chat with Sam about his contribution to new publication Teaching about Gender Diversity: Teacher-Tested Lesson Plans for K–12 Classrooms which hits shelves August 2020.
Bodies, Barriers: Queer Activists on Health ft. Adrian Shanker
Adrian Shanker is editor of the critically acclaimed anthology Bodies and Barriers: Queer Activists on Health and the executive director of Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in Allentown, PA. A specialist in LGBT health policy, he developed leading-edge health promotion campaigns to advance health equity through behavioral, clinical, and policy changes. Today, we chat about the importance of telling queer stories and the impact on health equity.
2020 has been a year but we're back with new content and phenomenal guests.
The Basics of Chest Binding ft. Frances Reed, LMT (they/them)
"Chest binding" or "binding" is utilizing various materials and techniques to change the contour of the chest. Studies are few and far between when it comes to standardized guidelines, recommendations, and safety protocols. Today, we chat with Frances Reed, LMT (they/them) about their experience specializing in techniques for relieving pain caused by chest binding and top surgery. Frances is the owner of Freed Bodyworks and HealthBinding.com.
Let's Talk About PrEP, Baby ft. Let's PrEP Wisconsin
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, also known as PrEP, is a medical approach to preventing HIV transmission. Truvada (tenofovir TDF and emtricitabine) was FDA approved in 2012 for PrEP and is extremely effective in preventing HIV transmission. So who is a candidate for PrEP? How can someone access PrEP? Does my insurance cover PrEP? Today, we chat with Ruthie Weatherly founder of Let’s PrEP Wisconsin and Alex Corona PrEP Advocate, about their mission to end new HIV infections in the Midwest.
Professional, educational, big take-aways !!
These podcasts are so amazing for providers to be more aware, sensitive, and provide the best care to ALL HUMANS!! Thank you Kerin!
Awesome health-focused podcast!
KB is amazing! She has great interviews and the information is a message that needs to be heard by all of us! Keep up the awesome work!